Published: 19th May 2023
Hurst Doors has become one of just a handful of UK suppliers certified to produce a quality internal composite FD30s fire doorset with sidelights and fanlights.
The company are now also certified under the BM Trada UKCA marking of external pedestrian fire rated doorsets scheme.
This allows them to supply five of their most popular door styles for settings that are open to the elements, such as external flat entrances.
Subjected to rigorous third party testing, the Neuma fds fire door system has undergone more than 30 bi-directional tests at three independent and accredited European test laboratories.
In testing the fire doors achieved an average integrity of 45 minutes (or 50% longer than the FD30s standard requires).
Suitable for reactive maintenance, refurbishment projects, new-build developments and more, Hurst’s fire doors are currently being supplied to several large-scale social housing projects.
Mart Atkinson, Hurst Doors Sales Director comments: “The Neuma fds fire door system was born out of a desire to create a fire door product that was proven to consistently perform and that the sector can rely on.
“That meant we needed it to offer outstanding fire performance – but also be versatile enough to excel in a wide variety of residential and commercial settings.
“With the ability to now offer FD30s fire doors for both internal and external use, as well as products with sidelights and fanlights, we’ve increased that versatility, and ensured that the Neuma fds system is a highly practical, consistent fire door solution.
“Whether your fire door requirements are for a single client site or larger volumes across multiple sites, our dedicated team is on hand to help at every step, from the initial specification right through to contract completion.”
The product has also been tested to the tougher EN 1634-1:2014 standard. Testing has been completed on both solid and glazed door options.
In addition, all stages of the Neuma fds supply chain are third party certified to the BM Trada Q-Mark certification scheme.